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posted by Melania .
amount of $680.00 to be divided into 3 people in order of 1st, second and 3rd

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drwls
Posting the same question four times will not get you an answer any faster. Your question is incomplete, anyway. There are millions of ways of dividing $680.00 so that one person gets the most and another gets the least.
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